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IforWilliams trailer - do youhappen to know ?


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This year, this Ifor Williams trailer found its way into the circus here and so far we're quite happy with it.

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Yes, reflections boards were fitted by me as I like them a lot to make the trailers as visible as possible..

Question 1 : The foglight does not seem to be connected to PIN 2 (54G) - is there a special IW wiring thing ?

Question 2 : Does anybody know what LED units will a +/- direct swop for these bulb units ?

Thanks !

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Any square LED light should fit, the top right on this site for example https://www.towingandtrailers.com/products/trailer-parts/trailer-lights/rear-trailer-lights/led-rear-lights/3-function-led-lights/

rear fog light is IIRC on a blue wire at pin 2 https://www.westerntowing.co.uk/trailer-caravan-12n-wiring-diagram/ 7 pin trailer wiring is common, shouldn't think Ifor trailers would be any different.

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Hi Arjan, 

Good idea with the reflection boards, but should they not have been the other way around so trafik from behind gets pointed to the sides around the trailer in a similar way that roadsigns point to the pasning side? (I know, i know, penny pickling, but my ocd flipped 🙂)

 

/mads

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Idea behind the boards as they are fitted now is that they point sort of outwards - making a flow around the trailer regardless of on what side of the road I drive.... They are seriously visible..

We have put a feed on all 7 pins and the fog light will not come up. It does work when a direct feed is done on the light so I assume a cable problem. So a rewire seems to be on the list of jobs...

Many thanks for the link !

 

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1 hour ago, Arjan said:

We have put a feed on all 7 pins and the fog light will not come up. It does work when a direct feed is done on the light so I assume a cable problem. So a rewire seems to be on the list of jobs...

It's trailer wiring... of course a rewire is necessary.

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Ifor trailers usually have 'proper' junction boxes under the floor, worth checking for them, and just make sure all is well on the inside.

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